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Hybrids - driving with new energy

Jess Parsons | July 27, 2014 | Green

Read More: consumerism, economy, energy, environment, green, money, secondhand, transport

So after 14 years, two children and a frugal lifestyle, it was finally time to upgrade the car, which was showing signs of needing expensive repairs and still not being OK anymore. We have considered the one-car family option,......

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How To Succeed

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | June 16, 2014 | Lifestyle, Video

Read More: career, happiness, how to succeed, money, personal development, relationships, self help, self improvement, success, successful, walter e jacobson

Want to succeed? Want to have successful relationships? A successful career. A healthy bank account? A healthy body? A happy mind? If so, then: Tighten up. Lighten up. Enlighten up. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO ......

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The Moneyless (Vegan) Man - Review

Jess Parsons | March 4, 2014 | Green

Read More: activism, compost, consumer, free, garden, health, home, money, recycling, reusing, vegan, waste, water

You may already have heard of vegan Mark Boyle, the former businessman who vowed publicly to live totally without money for an entire year. With my interests, this was a book I had to grab from the Librarian Recommended......

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GMOs - what's the difference?

Jess Parsons | October 11, 2013 | Food

Read More: apple, GMOs, labelling, marketing, media, money, public, safety, science, testing

Who you are changes what you hear....  Enjoy this simple cartoon on the two faces of the GMO message.   GMO Myths and Truths (120 page evidence-based report)  10 Myths that GMO companies want you to believe 5 GMO Myths......

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Give Thanks Every Day To Those You Love

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | November 25, 2012 | Lifestyle, Video

Read More: compassion, Forgiveness, gratitude, improving relationships, money, pills, statins, Thanksgiving

We tend to treat strangers, acquaintances and co-workers better than our loved ones. We tend to take our loved ones for granted and treat them in inconsiderate and unloving ways. When in a disagreement, we tend to automatically react rather......

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Lessons From A Pharmacist - I Get A BIG, FAT Paycheck While You Stay Sick

Dustin Rudolph, Pharm.D. | October 3, 2012 | Health

Read More: greed, healthcare professionals, medical education, money, pharmaceuticals, pharmacists, plant-based diet, plant-based pharmacist

Hi. My name is Dustin Rudolph. I've been a practicing pharmacist for over 10 years now, and I'm here to tell you something you may not like hearing. I get a BIG, FAT paycheck every two weeks while YOU (or at......

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"Uprooting" DVD Now Available (proceeds to charity)

Michael Greger MD | July 9, 2012 | Health

Read More: money

Every year I scour the world's scholarly literature on clinical nutrition pulling together what I find to be the most interesting, practical, and groundbreaking science on how best to feed ourselves and our families. I start with the 12,000......

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Veganpalooza is Coming, Just in Time

Dr. Will Tuttle | July 8, 2012

Read More: money, veganism

“Except for one piglet, which abruptly quieted down when I took him in my hands and then he looked me right in the eyes, as if saying: ’How could you do this to me?’ That look in his eyes shattered......

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Children of the cult

Jess Parsons | June 28, 2012 | Lifestyle

Read More: animal abuse, animal products, capitalism, consumption, cult, health promoting foods, money

Cults are those weird groups with those brainwashed people living by bizarre and often damaging rules. The saddest thing is, of course, the children. They're raised within the cult and often never know that any other way is possible.......

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Wallet minimisation and handbag sexism

Jess Parsons | April 25, 2012 | Lifestyle

Read More: declutter, feminism, healthy body healthy mind, image, minimalism, money, sexism

My wallet and backpack featured last year on The Everyday Minimalist's Minimalist Wallet series. That exercise showed me that I could downsize several items. But in the unstuffed wallet, the important cards get lonely and slip out of their......

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Christmas wrapup - frugal and ecofriendly

Jess Parsons | December 17, 2011 | Green

Read More: environment, frugal, holiday, kids, money, waste

My three (almost four) year old daughter loves to paint.  She brings her paintings home for me and tells me all about them. You get the picture.  She can draw people and things, but she's still a creative abstract......

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Real Food Part 2: Eating Less Sugar 5 Ways

Jess Parsons | December 7, 2011 | Food

Read More: addictions, American Heart Association, coffee, dr mcdougall, Dr. Michael Klaper, health, juicing, money, snacks, sorbitol, stevia, sugar, tea, vegan, whole grains, xylitol

The Real Food series helps you eat more real food in the real world.  In Part 1, we ate more whole grains.  Now let's learn how to do what we know we should - eat less sugar. What's so......

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Secondhand smarts - this reunion is cookin'!

Jess Parsons | September 20, 2011 | Food

Read More: baking, frugal, money, vegan baking

My latest victory in rejecting retail purchases and discovering...Secondhand Smarts.  Last time, we met cast iron.  Today, we return to the kitchen. See the sad and lonely Pyrex lid. Its mate, my most favourite and often used Corningware 2.5L......

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Fruits and Vegetables - How Expensive is too Expensive?

Jess Parsons | September 2, 2011 | Food

Read More: compost, cost of food, garden, healthy food, money, potatoes, soup, Vegan Recipes, vegetable, waste

This New Zealand article shows that food prices only keep going up - "most of it down to the increasing cost of vegetables" at 15.9%.Crops are being damaged by extreme weather.  Climate change is already biting us where it......

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Women in business

Jess Parsons | June 25, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: business, children, gender, health, money, mother

    Photo of vegan career woman: BodyShots Auckland Women are naturally paid less because they take more sick leave due to, ummm, monthly women's problems and lifetime problems like children. New Zealand Employment and Manufacturers Association (EMA) chief......